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Welcome to the Q&A for the Republic of Costa Madora and Bellefait Isles. Here you can write any questions you have about Costa Madora, which will be answered as best as possible.

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14 minutes ago, San Castellino said:

1. Are you truly democratic or only a republic in the name ?

2. How is your climate ?

Hey there, San Castellino!

1. Costa Madora is a semi-presidential republic. It is as democratic as it gets.

2. Costa Madora has a climate variety.  Geuvaria and Danmau have an alpine climates, while the regions south and in the centre enjoy a temperate climate. This leaves the southern regions; Lamonti, San Monica and North Dalis are subtropical, while Bellefait Isles is tropical.

I hope this satisfies your curiosity and thank you for asking.

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2 hours ago, Zaxar said:

Is there meaning behind your colorful flag or do you just like colorful designs?

Good question, Zaxar.

I haven't thought much about what the flag could mean. Usually, red means blood, green means landscape, maybe even the forest, blue could be the ocean.

This leaves the Nordic cross. Coming from a country with a tricolor, I decided to incorporate the Nordic cross into the flag. Not much reason there. As for your actual question, yes, I like colorful designs, but no, there is some kind of meaning behind it.

I hope this satisfies your curiosity and thank you for asking.

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36 minutes ago, Unuecejo said:

Was there a specific inspiration that you were following when you came up with Costa Morada, or a certain narrative goal you had in mind?

Hey there, Unuecejo!

First of all, I would like to address the obvious misspelling of Costa Madora. This is not a big problem, however I want people to be well educated, however that sounds.

No inspiration was involved in this. I just started Costa Madora as a city called Blue Lake City. It was honored with a dedicated country (Merrifort) in 2016, which I promply renamed to Costa Trili somewhere in 2017-18, then Costa Maustan later on.

Currently, we are addressed as Costa Madora, full name - Republic of Costa Madora and Bellefait Isles. Please note that.

But I am intrigued to include the name 'Morada' somewhere.

I hope this satisfies your curiosity and thank you for your question.

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That misspelling was either autocorrect or me being spacy. Thanks for calling it out, and thanks for the response! I'm always fascinated by others' creative processes.

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Good job to everyone who managed to think of questions. Keep 'em coming!

Anyways, I decided to inform everyone that I am writing up more on Costa Madora, which you check out right here.

Now, this website isn't a very popular medium to use, but hey, it's worth a try.

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15 hours ago, Costa Madora said:

Good job to everyone who managed to think of questions. Keep 'em coming!

Anyways, I decided to inform everyone that I am writing up more on Costa Madora, which you check out right here.

Now, this is not a very popular medium to use, but hey, it's worth a try.

Hello!

We've actually got a very extensive IIWiki presence. Most articles tend to be in the process of being written, though.

Please see it here:

https://iiwiki.us/wiki/Eurth

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Hello again everyone!

I am curious about your nations, so this time I will be asking the questions at this survey right here.

You do not need to worry about anything, plus you have the right to decide whether you want to answer or not.

 

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